Legislation aimed at reforming management of the fish farming and wild fisheries sectors will be backed in principle by MSPs.
Holyrood will debate the Aquaculture and Fisheries Bill which has been brought forward by the Scottish Government.
When the Bill was launched last year Environment Minister Paul Wheelhouse said ministers wanted to "ensure both sectors have a successful and sustainable future, while providing protection for the environment".
He said: "We now have a forward-thinking Bill which achieves a balance between supporting fish farming and freshwater fisheries to thrive, while putting in place the legislative steps to ensure Scotland's precious marine environment continues to be protected, something which is recognised as key in the interest of all."
The Bill proposes introducing new legal measures for fish farm operators, including statutory management agreements for fish farms and requirements for technical equipment standards.
It also includes measures aimed at continuing to protect shellfish waters from pollution.
Holyrood's Rural Affairs Committee has already backed the general principles of the legislation, although they argued that the Bill needs to be "more robust".
The committee also hit out at the "tit for tat" relationship between parts of the fish farming industry and the wild fisheries sector.
Speaking earlier this month, committee convener Rob Gibson said: "These sectors are clearly at loggerheads over a number of issues which has hindered our scrutiny of this Bill.
"Whilst the committee does welcome this legislation, it is clear that it will need to be amended to ensure it is fully fit for purpose. Our committee very much considers this the first step in ensuring the long-term sustainability of the aquaculture industry and the wild fisheries sector."